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Kaatsbaan Cultural Park World Premiere by Live Arts Global
Dance, Other Music
PRICE: Over $40


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Kaatsbaan Cultural Park
120 Broadway, Tivoli, NY 12583
Now – Jun 5th, 2022
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Kaatsbaan Cultural Park – Sonja Kostich, Chief Executive and Artistic Officer – announces the full programming for the 2022 Summer Festival, with a host of stars and premieres in the scenic Hudson Valley location. Continuing its mission to be a home for artists across disciplines with the annual Summer Festival, Kaatsbaan continues with:

June 4 at 6:00pm & June 5 at 3:00pm: World Premiere by Live Arts Global, sponsored by the LUMA Foundation
This new work will be created in part during a Kaatsbaan residency and will feature live musical accompaniment. 
Directors & Creators: Joanna DeFelice and Melanie Hamrick
Choreographers: Danielle Agami, Jessica Castro, and Kristin Sudeikis
Dancers: Cara Diaz, Najla Gilliam, Jessica Castro, Paige Amicon, Cacia Lacount, Montay Romero, Jobel Medina, Rebecah Goldstone, Sarah Butler, Danielle Agami, Nicole Ashley Morris, Rachel Warren, and Gabe Stone Shayer
Music: The Rolling Stones, Jesse Woods, Chromatics, Jon Batiste and more
Music Director: Gabe McDonough
Producers: Joanna DeFelice, Melanie Hamrick, LUMA Foundation and Daron Wehle
Music concert: Jesse Woods 

The Summer Festival runs over consecutive weekends, from June 4 to 19, opening with three new works from Live Arts Global, the dance/music project from Joanna DeFelice and Melanie Hamrick; rising stars from ABT JKO School, TheJuilliard School, School of American Ballet, with the acclaimed Neave Trio in classic repertoire as well as a new Kaatsbaan commissioned work from rising Juilliard choreographic talent Haley Winegarden, recipient of the first Kaatsbaan Playing Field Choreography Award; New York darling Taylor Mac previews a special evening of all new work; and closing the Summer Festival, a day of music and dance with Tyrone Birkett and his ensemble Emancipation in collaboration with New York City choreographer/dancer Robert Rubama, joined by dancer Kar’mel Antonyo Wade Small, and poetry featuring multi-award-winning poet Patricia Smith joined by poet laureate of Los Angeles Lynne Thompson, and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Tyehimba Jess.

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